Sharing assessment & grading strategies that help students learn
The 2 x 10 Method: Building Student Relationships One Kid at a Time
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Many of the posts on this Ning have dealt with how to communicate with students and parents about AFL practices. Let's face it, just like AFL concepts are new to many educators, they are definitely new to many students and parents. It's important to properly communicate with students and parents so that they understand what we we're doing and why we're doing it. This increases the likelihood that they will benefit from your AFL methods.
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Added by Scott Habeeb on February 13, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments
For the past several years at Salem High School we have focused on assessment for the staff development portion of our faculty meetings. The Assessment Network has played an integral role in those faculty meetings. The Forum feature has enabled us to make our discussions more interactive and collaborative as well enable us to archive our activities for future use.
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Added by Scott Habeeb on February 13, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments
This AFL site has grown to the point where that it now contains many different blogs and discussion that get to the heart of the philosophy of AFL. In order to most effectively implement AFL strategies into the classroom, it is helpful to have a strong understanding of the overall philosophy and goals behind AFL. These ideas are scattered throughout the site. To make this site easier to navigate, this one blog will include links to all of the blogs and posts that deal with the philosophy…Continue
Added by Scott Habeeb on February 12, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Recently I spent a few minutes in the classroom of SHS Marketing teacher Michelle Kovac. Her Marketing students had just turned in projects that day.
When I came into the class the students were in the process of evaluating similar projects turned in by last year's students. Mrs. Kovac had given her students a rubric when they started the project. Now she was having them use that rubric to assess…Continue
Added by Scott Habeeb on February 12, 2011 at 11:29am — No Comments